Elizabeth Crouch AM
Elizabeth is the Chair of the Customer Owned Banking Association and SGS Economics and Planning and in July retired as the Deputy Chancellor of Macquarie University after 17 years on the University’s governing Council. She held previous roles on the Boards of Chandler Macleod Group, McGrath Estate Agents, RailCorp, the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences and the Macquarie University Hospital.
Ms Crouch is on the Board of Health Infrastructure and the Western Sydney Local Health District and currently chairs the NSW Government’s Non-Government Schools Advisory Council. In 2018 she was appointed to the NSW Institute for Sport.
Elizabeth is a respected executive coach and moderator for the Orijen Group and spent 16 years with the Federal government before moving into the private sector, where she held various positions including as Chief Executive of the Housing Industry Association.
She chairs audit committees for the City of Sydney, the Office of Environment and Heritage and RailCorp and works with Optimize International, a strategic consultancy firm. She also supports a range of community and sporting bodies including as the Chair of the Womens’ University Rugby 7s and Deputy Chair of the Macquarie University Sydney Rays rugby franchise.
Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Economics and is currently completing a Masters of Cyber Security.